This is a two day camp being held DIRECTLY AFTER completion of the 4th Annual Babes with Bullets 3-Gun Challenge match.
Campers will gather at 7:30 am on Monday morning, May 27th, at the educational classroom located across from Clark Custom Guns at 336 Shootout Lane, Princeton, LA. Since this will be a two day camp format (versus the normal three day program) the cost will be $500 per person.
The Babes with Bullets and Friends 3-Gun camp is a co-ed program designed to introduce advanced beginner to intermediate shooters to 3-gun competitive shooting. This camp provides shooters the opportunity to master a whole host of marksmanship skills across the three, 3-Gun shooting platforms. Taught by an all-female team of national and world shooting sports champions, our three-day 3-Gun camps combine lessons and shooting drills, including running actual 3-Gun stages. This 3-Gun camp will be held at The Shootout Range, Princeton, LA.
Instructors will be Kay and Lena Miculek. Kay is the co-founder and head instructor of Babes with Bullets in addition to being one of the most decorated female shooters in history! She has 15 USPSA Multi-Gun National titles, several world titles for shotgun, rifle, and handgun. Lena, daughter of Kay & Jerry Miculek, has been a Babes with Bullets instructor for six years and also has a long history of world and national multi-gun titles including more than one win in the prestigious NRA World Championship held each fall.
What campers will learn:
• Basics of 3-Gun competition
• Range safety, commands, and etiquette
• 3-Gun firearms and ammunitions
• Strategies for stage planning and execution
Who should attend:
• Advanced beginner to advanced shooters
• Beginner 3-Gunners
Camp fees cover instructors, range fees, lunches at the range, complementary loan guns, and other equipment.
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ABOUT OUR CAMPS
The minimum age to attend a Babes with Bullets gun camp is 16 years old. Minors can only participate if they also have a guardian participating in the camp.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND MEDICAL CONDITIONS
Campers must be able to stand without aids for several hours each day. Please note that the majority of the gun ranges we utilize do not have ADA ramps or ADA restrooms at the more remote bays. Safety on the range prohibits portable oxygen tanks or any other external medical device to be used while on the line. If we deem a camper “unfit” to safely finish the program with a loaded firearm, we will allow them to audit the class utilizing a blue plastic training gun. If a camper finds that a condition such as arthritis limits the camper’s ability to safely manipulate and control a center-fire handgun, the camper may choose to work solely with a .22 caliber handgun. If instructors deem that a camper is chronically unsafe, they may allow the camper to audit the class utilizing a blue plastic training gun. No refund will be given if a camper that has been deemed unsafe chooses to leave the camp early or is requested to leave camp early due to safety issues.
All campers should arrive the afternoon or early evening prior to the start of camp (typical check in times are 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm) to participate in a mandatory safety briefing and, if needed, to be allocated loaner equipment.
TRANSPORTATION Babes with Bullets does not provide transportation to/from camps. If you are interested carpooling to a camp, contact Camp Director Deb Ferns (Deb@BabeswithBullets.com). Whenever possible, she will connect you via email with other campers that may also be interested in carpooling.
HOUSING FOR MULTI-GUN CAMPS
With the exception of the Babes with Bullets Diamond camp, housing for a multi-gun camp is not included your registration. Whenever possible, information on nearby hotels will be provided.
One of the key benefits of attending a Babes with Bullets camp is that the Smith & Wesson loaner equipment for both the handgun and multi-gun camp (which includes Mossberg JM shotguns) is available, at no additional charge. If you prefer to use your own equipment, please contact Camp Director Deb Ferns (Deb@BabeswithBullets.com) to ensure your equipment will work with the camp format. At many of the ranges where camps are hosted, certain “retention” holsters are not allowed due to safety concerns. Prior to camp, Deb will contact campers to ascertain who needs to borrow equipment.
GEAR FOR MULTI-GUN CAMP
• We provide loaner Smith & Wesson M&P .22 and 9mm pistols, Smith & Wesson M&P AR rifles in both .22 and .223 caliber, and Mossberg JM 930 .12 gauge shotguns, magazines/magazine holders, Kydex holsters, and tactical belts for campers to use while at camp.
• We provide loaner eye and ear protection for campers to use while at camp, if they do not have their own.
• Campers may bring their own guns, but should let us know what type, as well as how many magazines you will bring and their capacity.
• Campers may bring their own stiff tactical belt or a competition belt for use while at camp.
• Campers may bring their own holster (e.g., CR Speed, Ghost) for use while at camp.
• We do not recommend bringing a conceal carry holster to this camp.
ADDITIONAL CAMPER GEAR
• Campers must wear closed-toe shoes/boots – no sandals. • Long shorts or pants may be worn, but they must have belt loops that can accommodate a 1.5” tactical belt to hold a holster and gun.
• It can be cold on the ranges in the morning – campers should dress in layers. To protect against injury from flying hot brass, we advise against tank tops or V-neck shirts.
• Ball cap or visor
• Tote bag for carrying gear, water, etc.
• Uplula speed loader (if you have one)
• Camp chairs (if you are local)
With the exception of those attending the Diamond Camp, campers attending multi-gun camps are responsible for bringing their own ammunition. Only factory new or commercially remanufactured ammunition may be used in the Babes with Bullets loaner guns. If you are unable to bring your ammunition, contact Head Instructor Kay Miculek (email@example.com) or (318) 834-1208.
RANGES & WEATHER
Babes with Bullets works with a variety of ranges across the country. Our camps are held at outdoor ranges. Though some of the ranges have small indoor shooting areas for .22 caliber handguns, most do not. Some have flush toilets; others have portable restrooms. The majority of ranges we utilize have shade ramadas or covered benches. If the weather turns bad, we “punt” with a variety of dry fire exercises that we can perform under cover. Campers should expect to “go with the flow” during inclement weather.
The only meal provided at the handgun and multi-gun camp is lunch at the range. We do not provide snacks. We are not equipped to handle special diet requests. However, the lunch buffet normally meets the requirements of 99% of the campers as we have a variety of fresh deli meats (not processed), cheeses, spinach, tortillas, chips, cookies and seasonal fresh fruit.
Water is provided at the camps. If you would prefer a different beverage (e.g. juice, sodas, coffee), you will need to bring your own. Most of the ranges we use utilize do not sell food or beverages.
You are welcome to bring alcohol to consume in the evenings, but only AFTER all the guns have been locked away for the night. Firearms and drinking DO NOT MIX! If you elect to enjoy a beer or glass of wine at lunch, your day of shooting is over.
Each handgun camp is allotted one scholarship for 50% off the camp registration. The scholarship applies only to camp fees. The recipient is still responsible for their transportation, ammunition, and meals (breakfast and dinner). If you are interested in a scholarship, please email Camp Director Deb Ferns (Deb@BabeswithBullets.com) with an explanation of why you merit consideration. Please note that scholarships are awarded several months in advance of each camp.
WAIT LIST FOR SOLD OUT CAMPS
To be placed on a wait list contact Camp Director Deb Ferns (Deb@BabeswithBullets.com). Typically, campers can be taken from the wait list with 60 to 90 days notice.